October 12, 2009 – October 12, 2009
It’s a problem that all conservation groups confront: how can we save the most crucial land in our region while having limited resources? The solution is to use “strategic conservation planning.”
The 2009 LTA Rally in Portland, Oregon is hosting this day-long workshop. Strategic conservation planning is a method for land trusts to identify, prioritize, pursue, and protect lands that will best fulfill their mission and conservation goals. The topics covered in the training will include: understanding why strategic conservation is important for effective land trusts; learning about the major.
This full day workshop will address how strategic conservation planning can assist you in preparing for Accreditation, how it may help you during this economic recession, and important issues unique to Western landscapes. Participants participate in interactive activities that link them with real-world situations, allowing land trust employees and board members to apply their acquired knowledge to help their organizations reach its maximum.